Alaska Attorney General must be held accountable for role in KFx promotion.

On January 16, 2005 the Juneau Empire published an opinion article titled “Murkowski’s inaction in Renkes case a mystery” citing Alaska Attorney General Gregg D. Renkes “potential ethics and professional–conduct violations.” The article mentions that Renkes owned stock in KFx, Inc. (AMEX: KFX, $12.91) while “officially promoting” KFx. There is a great deal more to report about Renkes connections to KFx than his stock trading including his direct payments from KFx, his role in a failed attempt to takeover a publicly held company with a co-founder of KFx who is the brother of KFx’s Chairman and Renkes role as an advisor to the Board of Directors of KFx.

Asensio & Company, Inc. discovered and was the first to report Renkes’ dealings with KFx and its Chairman’s brother. Asensio & Company, Inc. has published 11 reports on Renkes links to KFx. Click here to read Asensio & Company, Inc.’s reports in KFx section: Alaska’s Attorney General involved in KFx wrongful stock promotion.

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Murkowski’s inaction in Renkes case a mystery
By Robert Hale
Juneau Empire
January 16, 2005